The Plymouth High School homecoming King and Queen ballot has been determined and this coming Tuesday PHS staff and students will vote via computerized ballot for who will be crowned this year’s King and Queen!

The ten seniors candidates, five males and five females, were chosen by PHS students during homeroom this past Tuesday. Every student who attends PHS was allowed to nominate one senior boy and one senior girl by writing their names on a piece of paper. The staff tallied the results and the ten candidates were announced Friday morning.

The 2016 Winter Homecoming Court Candidates are as follows:

PHS_Homecoming_2016 Winter_King2016 Homecoming King Nominees are:
Justyn Wade-Manring
Brandt Peters
Curtis Smith
George Stults
Lucas Vervynckt

PHS_Homecoming_2016 Winter_QueenThe 2016 Homecoming Queen Nominees are:
Kaylie Barden
Meghan Egierski
Gabby Garver
Karly Gruett
Diana Peynado

Plymouth High School’s Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned this coming Friday, January 22, during halftime at the homecoming boys basketball game!

The PHS Student Council has been busy planning the 2016 Winter Homecoming festivities. Students will be participating all week in themed dress-up days culminating the Homecoming Spirit Week on Friday with a school wide pep assembly beginning at 2:40pm.

PHS Homecoming Dress Up Spirit Days:
Tuesday: Wake Up – Pajama Day
Wednesday: Ball Up – Favorite Sports Attire Day
Thursday: Surf’s Up – Beach/Hawaiian/Surf Day
Friday: Squad Up – Class Color Day
· Seniors – Red
· Juniors – Black
· Sophomores – White
· Freshmen – Blue